Temple Bar Food Market - Dublin
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Temple Bar Food Market is back where it belongs in Meeting House Square - protected from the elements under the great big retractable umbrellas, it's the perfect way to spend an hour or two on a Saturday wander through Temple Bar.
Local colour? Check. Delicious foods to eat there and then from the stalls, and/or tasty things to take away for later on? Check. People watching opportunities extraordinaire? Double check.
The Market offers a brilliant array of small Irish food producers and great street food, and runs every Saturday from 10am-4.30pm.
To really get you properly salivating, here's some of the things you might expect to find: artisan breads and pastries, freshly-squeezed juices, coffee, fruit and vegetables, sausages, cheese, olives, sushi, crêpes, Mexican food...you get the idea.
Now wipe your chin.
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